Family float - thinking of getting a ladder for ease of (re)entry. 22" tubes on the raft. Thoughts? Suggestions on a ladder?
Thanks for the info. It's a lot of money to spend if it doesn't work that well. Good to know it actually works.I have the GCPBA ladder and several models of the other way cheaper brands.
My opinion, the GCPBA is by far the easiest to use and by far costs the most. Join GCPBA and get a discount on the ladder.
The other versions work but take a lot of expertise and often some luck.
My opinion, the best raft boarding ladder other than the GCPBA version was a home made one made from metal EMT conduit for the steps and thin wire cable to hang the steps on. I suppose a light weight chain would work even better than the thin wire cable. You home builders can make a good version using the EMT etc materials.
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